Vol. 1, no. 1 of 'The Phonogram' magazine, published Jan. 1891.
Salutatory An Important Suggestion - T.R.L. How it is Done If it Could Have Been - Col. Robert G. Ingersoll They Must Take a Back Seat Old Memories - J.W.C. Phonographs in Post-Offices The Latest Theory of Matter - Julian Hawthorne How it Originated The Telephone to Predict Storms - McB. The Phonograph in Teaching Water-Power and Electric Dynamos Thermo-Electric Generators Cable Rubber Becoming Scarce Bottled Music Preserving Indian Songs and Tales The Storage Battery How Sound is Reproduced - Thomas A. Edison Music for the Dying Among the Mongols - E.P. Thwing, D.D. Who Needs it Most? The Telephone The Incandescent Lamp As a Letter-Writer In Missionary Service Electricity for Naval Uses - J.D.K. Quadruplex Telegraph The Phonograph at Clinics The Edison Meter - J.C. Martin Edison Dynamos Telegraphing from a Moving Train Phonograph Chat - C.C.S. Personal Experiences: Reporting by Phonograph - Jas. D. Clephane Personal Experiences: Edward D. Easton Splendid Tributes to the Phonograph Reading Notices
Please note, there are several magazines titled 'Phonogram'. This is the publication edited by Virginia H. McRae for the North American Phonograph Company between 1891 and 1893. A date/title index is forthcoming at the Media History Digital Library.
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